About Presenting for MANP

Can you imagine if every person in Maine's nonprofit sector committed to sharing their knowledge and expertise with just one other person regularly? It is an important responsibility for each of us to share with one another to build and strengthen this incredible network of organizations in Maine.
 
The Maine Association of Nonprofits is Maine’s go-to resource for nonprofits and our mission is to strengthen the leadership, voice & organizational effectiveness of Maine’s nonprofits.

Who + What We Are Looking For
If you wish to engage nonprofit colleagues in dialogue about important issues, trends, and challenges affecting the sector, then we want to hear from you! 

Individuals and teams are invited to share their knowledge, insights, experiences and ideas with colleagues who also work to power the common good. We are looking for content on high-level strategic topics of interest to nonprofit leaders, as well as content which offers practical takeaways that can be put into practice right away.

Topics of Interest

We encourage session topics that align with or address the eleven categories of nonprofit management listed in the Guiding Principles + Practices for Nonprofit Excellence in Maine:

Public Benefit + Accountability, Governance + Leadership, Public Policy + Advocacy, Strategic + Operational Planning, Evaluation, Strategic Alliances, Financial Management, Staff+ Volunteer Management, Resource + Fund Development, Marketing + Communications, and Technology.

Additional topics of interest include:
  • Equity, Diversity + Inclusion
  • Workplace Culture
  • Partnerships + Collaborations
Sessions that incorporate elements of interactive learning are highly encouraged. Please highlight these elements in your proposal.

To present for MANP is to be a partner of MANP. Before submitting a proposal, we ask that you carefully review our Presenter Information + Guidelines so that you have a clear understanding of our expectations.

To help you plan, you can view a list of the proposal questions here.

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